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ii i i, i.s 1; u u o r g ii , n . c A 1TKDAY. S 'glr - i - (ten ! .ii.l s l.ea.i ti is im- iroviii'.j.. The (Jiant retirt rut :;t bill passl Uo.igiesN a lew blur helore adjournment. (JfD. Kdwrrrd WaM.:i!l sue- reeds Mr. Laiunr lis I". S. : lrfitn M is?.siupi . . It is e.-timated ih'it fr-'ni Out) to iO.uOO Mraruers Nited Wa.-i.inLrtou to witnesi the iuan-u-ration. The 'aic CKrvnide fUiiie-ls ii . . he 'atc hnne:k tui:ue-ls .. . , . . ' . t sident Cleveland be i:;u i 1 I ! 1 . ... . that Pres'u and it possible prevailed on to C"! to tins year's Comnu net i u :.t ai Chapel Hill. So ay all of us. ti ' i- i . 1 he Wilmington .V'-v ki , , , , , and we endorse ovei v word id it . " .. , thete is one cunoti. thing about T ., r, ... . i.egisiauues. i ney win puMpone . contested election cases to "he la.-t ol the iession inl a-; tlic Co:igres does. What, "is the result? The people have to pay double d'i m. This session at leas; eight nun have been paid from two counties where but four ought to have been paid. On ."Mondav the contested '-lection ca-e liom Caswell was decided vorv properly, no doubt, in favor of the Kepublican con'.estant, and becomes in at the tail of' the session "ami draws r Jh.m from the beginning, althongh he has done nothing, whilst Mr. Thompson,- the Democrat, goes out having drawn xr To7t all the time, for which he rendered due scr- .iUfA'H A. HAKK1, Editor. amP nations : Thomas r . Eayard, ot Dei-. . , . . CJ (l J ropnetor. aware, to be ."secretary 'ot Mate;, 'Daniel Manning of New York, to J averaged a little above thir Entered at the Post Office at II ills- bc Secretary of the Treasury ; Wil- lars on all grades. ' M liam C. Endicott, of Massachusetts... VavnPvil!, W-ws The i . - 1 1 er. I ES-agtr-c:, o, v.ee. in.iiic oiuiaapion .uuui-;h.Hl ed case three contestants who failed t r. i x- .1 ...... ... . are allowed pay for several week: during which the case was undo-1 eided. ; The New York 77 - (lie- ! , .. x i v i pub, lean.) savs that Mjr. (. eve and s ' ' inaugural address is dignified, sire- eclient physicians with no ptrai.v ;!e, and foroibh:. Ii has in ' it the uent lehef. .We have bc-t-n giving it ' ne o' since: ity and directn-ss that'ali liu' c"iiartt a tonic. co:ne to he regarded as cliarac eristic of the m:m. It hs char that h" iMitt f s en trio duties o! h.s 'tlice wi'li a .leep"ente ot l espin .ih:nty to tl.T- whole country, and the v! , courdty will r.eeive with i.ea- ty a::d grateful assent l.N de; rei ati. n ;-t parti-: spir.t . d. ligation to the pt . j lc and ' ill w !. w orthiiy t ( k public employ ".. . .: 1 " that "uieiit and con tciicy sna.i ne tie gni.od instead e .-ul st it : ey or the .- int. : hoi,e-t u Mtioa! belie',' , sh. President V cha; acleri'tle tairr.es- and his pit. found tlntv. ' it it mains an y I 1 ; be nt ti iow that'paity will leccire the afphcatieii td tf.e d 'ctiine whih i slIIC tt I -.ilow li should.be added that the Pivsiutr;t's declaration re- garding the lreevlmcn just, and honorable. 21 . i.ai, t it'rm.u.y s ;n:enth n i tt prcvert a war l elwctn England and Kusia. The New ' York ,coi!ccto! ship is wanted bv Poss Kt.'.iv. Jas. Green. P.urk Cr, ek. Miss. av.- I had a cow so 1 adiy crippled, that she 1 ad li be lifuul terv t :.e 'she got up. A lew applications td Kamon's Nerve ar.d one t;i te Mtred her iim'o. a'.d she now l t all right. It give gnat sati-:-icti"i For sale by W. A Hayts, Drugg,-. HII.l.SIUMU) MARKET, i. -.-.ri celt it W i tsiv lice-wax, Rutter. -J.. to go V i.ickv r.s u ti 'Jo CoiVee. pg ty 17 Cora. 7," Seed Cif' i 1 " Eggs. ' i 1-hoar. p.cr hair. 1, ci.' to $4 v Lald ' ll Li uie.,' lock. SLOO to ?!.7 Meal. 7- t o 7 " Mvia-ses. ' go tv Oats, ; i,. Co Salt,,. iloMo$17o ugar, 6 1-4 to v i up J to ; s Wheat. jd TIIK CARINLT. AVAHiNfiTON-f D. C, March G. The Senate in executive- session day confirmed the following nomi- to be ecretarv ot War: W loiam ., - x- -v- i i, 1 C. W hilnev, ul New York, (o be Secretary of the Navy ; Luyius t C. ; Lamar, of Mississippi, to be Secro , tary ol the Interior; William I" Y:h-, of Wisconsin, to bo Postmas-' ter it neral : Augustus II. dailaml, of Arkansas'to be AttornVv-tTtnera; - - " ' The North Carolina pension; bill kcarae a lavv last uturday. it allows ex-Con fe.L'rate soldier- wh were in the ervice of the Slate S-DU rtr axir.ura, pruw.i,-u me ; amount of the appropriation does i i . . .... tht not ( c"' 1 or- .-ii v. )! ' ).hm nu:ii:y. o;cvivol!.e 3I)I,ointUient cf Solicitor v ei is io u e a t vii' t.er. Pension. are allowed uM.-4if)f Idit. .' s. The above re fei to all pt Mii.'.r.ci.tly 'disabled Sol dier. Vn.i,;.(Hn' ,1, t,i, '.av..!..r.u tl injorpst (7 r0u r.n thp !!.. : 1 . . , M J . . .1 i V - , , , V . "l uaJ euatioL, and mherwe o nav their ! resot'Cf. 1 n a ir nil w o lire'vi'is ' -pti-i.. i o a ir.t no w no iacc..oa , iy inquired 'now he liked it, he re-! ,.fcd aU n! . .T)iank Htavt;i;, the 1 . 1 - - . . resncftr Tn a fri.-nd who tnrt.uxi. ex-jui Mon tickets have only three more days to run.' !; j Colonel Larnont as Private Secrc- i tarv trf (Jnvinnr ( 'W..t-md ; v t..r' l,irJ m "ou'or v.ieeia:ia, ot ev , Yojk, received M.(mjo ,alarv per an- : ' , I-' , num. As Pma'e .Secretary ol . 'jf,..iatl.i t. ; i.t ,iln k,.;, , i Liteiaiul, i resident of the United Mates,, lie will receive only o,2oo The Washington talk is that ex-j s. .,t,.i' T,,w.,.K 1- dV,.io .;'l i be offered the iiusian Minion, and i that Gen. McCleilan and ex-Senator1 i Pendleton will have first class for-1 CI'MI mis-MOIla. The Pennsylvania road moved ! vaying idly to and fro in the morn 220 trails, comj.osed of 2,100 cars j in breeze, suspended with a rope and rarrviin' lll."(0 nassr.iurpr in. ' around his neck from the limb of a lo and out of WashinL'ton durin: i the t-eriod from .March 2nd to Mar.! 0th. ! IM POUT ANT TO PARKNTS 1 N1 OTHKIiS, THE Oli- i a uo.ut.. I'll 1 V 1. J 1 1 L We have had a great improve- mont in the health ot our children ! by the use of Swift's Specitie. We f l ad among the children some v no .clotula notably one case tiich it was in : i'N.mi.-t K vr- y -lrFKrnrT r v ; 1 Wo got some Swift's Specific and gave it to this case, -and in a short whiIe il wa CVtk soumi and well. ll was as a i:v I think, as I ..... r t.., i i ni.t , 3r tXiI sa,aini had Leer ut.der ex- W e have foul e: ildr. n -mu r eiunstre, who, lor veurs have s-at'- fere.l i:-.t. rsciv ' everv p:ing w..h e!Vsipc.a. ana though ihiy taKing witl s p.tcitie only in Mna 'i, -vs a a iualth t u'w, thev a.i w ui.otil cxct.'ttion assed throug: tlr .-priiig w ithuut a tv-uch of tht ipiau. - ia.. t'l i ;ic ii . i - u o ; i , wr,o has U e.:; wit' i "xh us ior years. been i'. -.bled islf a im-: aggrav.. 'ed raso ev er since she was a e 1!d e H a d ad the known ro'i,. dies ii .it yo -prescribed 'for it with no bc:u fit ; 1 ut she lias been c.ired bv taktr.g wi:ts Specific, and h.- h id n : eturu d the trouble. It such an excellent t-une. and t;.e bltjotl so pare, that the )ttr;i ;s less liable to contract d.-ea-e. Ail of the teachers and ci 11 dieii w ! o .4 re old en ; ugh to k...w. ague with iu.e in believing it ;- il.e greatest medicine known. Mv lailh m it is iMibounded. and I ami my as !'l::,5 take great pleasure m re commending ijt to every eiio. I can at all t rues be found at the Home, and wiii take pleasure in seeing or cor: -sSpoud.-.-.g with any one wfio is .utcscsted in the lemedv. Ri:v L.. P. PAINE, Orphans' ILme, Macon, via. Oor Treatise on Blood and Skin i :-e'- m.-ult j frc-v Ui applh Spte f.c Co.. Diawer At- .ai.ta. da. N. Y . illce. ICO W. 2Gd St., bet. nh ard Tih Aves. Philadelphia of-n-t, IJ.v Ct.estn;:: M. Reinforcement arrive dai'a a: Sao.kiuv Wolseley makts a speech, t.- his troops, in wf.icr. i.e pro'mi-es n.em to take Khartoum and avenge the death of Gordon. Gen. Joe Johnston wants to be a land commissioner, and Gen. TJose eranz would like to le the architect oi the eapitol-.Jjailding. England is luilv able to f.gbt K.u sia, b'.it 1.0't v anted Lai -t; Wi! is u;-; rcneii troops, in two oavs ngf.t. inj: with the Chinese. lo?; 00 killed ana L-.o v o tir.vtea. Ma:. T. Almor.d, Ellcrt-n. tig , ivs ; Dr. Clark's Ji'.ood and Liver I'o is Lave a one me more good ti.an a!' the medic. Le I ever ok i-tio. e liver. For r Sa.e tv W ' ?:TATE NEWS. Oxford Torchlight : A colored j to-'man sold two Io3ds-of tobacco at tjje j0hnson warehouse last Thnrs 7C Wo I ty dol- outlook ; ,nri- nni.rm.i or the wheat crop is verv unpropi- 1 lions, has suffered severely by the cold snap. Farmers, generally are making preparations to go ex . , tobacco raising as . " , . -i"v late saes. ; Wa!shin,,.on Gazette: It is said that ex-tiov. T. J. Jarvis will proba bly locate in Goldsboro for the prac tice of law. -Our Washington c0rre,pondenl lhinks lhere is little ... . T...i.. v.i., ...:n General in the Department o! ; Justice. j lia'eigh Iiegisttr: The actual ap- i nroi.riation of State fnuds is $20,000 i a vear. In addition, the University .. ... - a 1 i -nitcit rstate appropriation, wnicn itliH tnte finds more convenient to lLun l relurn the Pn-ipal. The notion of using the additional a ue notion oi usiu-i appropriation ot the University a free . - 000 to make school never entertained bv the Trustees or Fac- ulty of the University was emphat- h. lht;, Trues' -Memorial and i resident lattieslet- P;i., S lG5 to Dr' laiie-v- 4 Charlotte Obserrer : Yesterday , , . . ' was a jav r,f excitement in our neighboring town of Monroe, es- j iec:allv during tho forepart of the i 1 " i hen throng of citizens wend-1 iheir way to the outskirts of the. ' town, where the body of Lee Sta-1 ten, a neuro oulrage fiend, was seen P!l,t' Uc"- 1 he negro had commit-j levl r::! '-tage up. :i a iiltlegirl nine! years of age, daughter of Mr. II. M. baucom, inhieting injuries from '-vhith the child died, and for this crime. Lee Staten had been taken II-kTTll'llllTl1lC '-ltl VI' i ha ,.11 ii wn. j i ... o uo uo u a uuu ,nJ,naul I'00Pl0-- Pa'ei'di Vows mo Oi-.-rn or Tim fcent acl flf lje 0,..s!atre makin - T . . , c m.ovn..iiviiiiui iw. .iuj uuu hi practice medicine in North Carolina without first obtaining a licerrse i 'rcrn the-boanl ct medical examin-1 ers is another step forward: jn the j ' -State's progress. "At the meeting oi the State Medical Society in this! . . - dtv ast Mnv :v mr.nttoo aos m. pointed, cwn.ting . of Drs. : Jois, cf issom. Fo Murphy, Satchj'elT Wood and Knox, to lav this natter before the genet a! assembly and ask'! Uv th i a w ISlf no physician could collect by j law his fees unle.-s he jesessed the"! license ot this board. The present i law exempts mid wives, physicians ; adjacent' to tho irginia line, ahd j surgeons of oiiiet Slates who visit j our State lor consultations, or special .-urgical operation's. A '.o.'i . Dr. h'iti. -1 ' o'.:io. nn-i tili i'hrvn- i A CARD. j We. th- i:;t!er-ig!i"d. havmg received gr- -it an-! ! va in bent-tit Horn the v. l "i .tl eL .M i.vi pre- ive-a i a rrnotereti rv ir-. tarkev ...... j- - , ls'ieu :n.;t ;t :- a new di.-eeiy nr. mod- : .eh-, e-.. a:1-! all that i- e ;iini"d lOr ii. ee.us:,!er it a duty which we owe : the tunny t!iH-.-s:r d- who aiv surier- ;:.g !r--ra t hrord . ar; i -e.-e.,lied "incura- i lv" ii-e:i--es. tt Io all - that we can to :a-.tk- it- virtue- kn-v.vu and to inspire uio rao.te with et,n-n-iiee. vv have i-rsot::;! kn..w-edgf ot Drs. j t-itM'V as r.il.-:;.. I'hi y aj-e intelli-; v '-oo.-ele!:! :-'i:- Ijy-icians. vvlio wt- uie -lire. luake anv state- i I.-.': k.U"W or be- :: h-h a:.v t-sti- I'll,-: I, .r- -.: v t V .;-.- v-. li :e:i are ! .1 . I . K ' I. in1 .ei 1 Ti.' . T. . ArtlVir. Lhii-: - A: th ;r"s Horn" i .: h: .. . L. -..ri-! r 1 Oi . TL.1.. 1-:-. !. . riiiht-: -r f in- : a .:aou iuiry in "'g ' -: :t i . ---! eonti" i-rri-Vts v.- .-.iru tr-m , '. ki.'.wn and j :orr.; -tr. Our j ux gen" eon- d;-e . erv ot : .i- i-.-m.-irkaMf-'' I3vli W - nig: it-vv? a larr- roord t,f : i - oaj in. a - v. - ; i . w ..... N wui .-. f.uuw. ileldi; it. ire-- I-:.-. MAT. i nn .h i.--: .: V . P." ! I.N. j t..' ihi'hel'Hphia. i .A IS'AV ri'l-Jll JUXlt . ! From the Kugby Monthly, Wilming- J ion. i'i;ih;iicj IF I WEKE YuU. BT G. II. ML'KPHV. If 1 wcre yu- often say IM always l:ok leiore I leajvod ; 1U W1USC n IIV HXIU IU llll'l .imiiic. I d always think it over twice. And yet I can but heave a sigh For, after all, I'm only I. If I were yon, and half as vain. Amidst mv lolly I would pause To see how dull and liht a iool I am. I don't myselt because (And here I heave a pitying sigh) 1 am not vou ; I'm only I. I'd ne'er discus, ii I were you. The failinir ot mv fellow-men ; I'd think ot all their virtues, fin-t : iv own shortcoming then. ! all this is -ood and true.! ii Mmir vi nil', iirr - i And scan mv Hut, thou I mti but 1 ; I am not vou If I were you. no selfish care should cIihh; my cheery smile away, l"d peatter round me love and hope ; I'd do a kindness every day. But. though I sometimes really try, 1 u'm not vuu ; I am but 1. I would iv it he ?o very quick To take offense, if I were you : I would respect myself, at least. Whatever others say or do. Hut. ah. I c:tunot else than sigh Tliat vou are vou. and I am I. f i Wfje vou. no woMhv cause Should ever Miih-r ui have need: l J' in i huieh I lealik- woulil. indeed. Ahis. can m one tell me why 1 ym not vou. in.-Uad of 1 ': In short, if I were only you. And could lor'et that 1 va I I think that little cherub wins Would sprout upon me, by ami by IPitUboro Home : John Mann, charged with having killed James Paee, and who has to lar avoided ar ret, surrendered himself to the Sheriff ou Moudav last and was com- milted-to. jail.- Measles btili pre- aii W ao. n e have heaid.of serious t.-ouhle arising to the patient from taking cold. Do Not Bk Deceived, i In these times of quack medicine ad veriK-ements evervwheie, it is truly gratifying to hnd one remedy that is worthy ot j rai.se, and which really does at, recmmended. Ktec- j trie liilters we can vouch io' as bc- ing a true and reliable remedy, and j ,.1!e that will do as reeommen.led. j Thev invariably cii'e Stomach and i jjver Complaints ureases oi uie - J 1 1 1 T Kidneys and Unuary dithcultiec. I W know whereof we speak, and ! C.:U; U':lJ!!-V' su'' ive ,l,U 5U U:l,i:l,- ?oii at n.ty cents a uottie, ny ai j o!ru""ists. rr ii rs ii: ss AY V IO T 'i K TIIK UCi'AslOX j ' ?n,,vinS ' N JLli V S 1 1 y Vj u, return lii.nks to our ' It lends for their very liberal patrtrr.age in the ast, and ho; -e to merit and receive Y e are just receiv iig a very se- ! leet Stock of 1" . iJt A. . 1 INTER GOODS, f ' ; verv-cfeeap. ; " . ' , " - We invite your special attention j FARMER'S FI ,TI,vt, , i ilEND GUANO' ' TENNESSEE WAGONS A N" I) UNION GRAIN DRILL. The onlv Drill with a real FORCE FEED FERTILIZER ATTACtL, MENT, cn the market. ; ctniiL' anu ee us, ana n yoa io ' . 7 3 . . . iioi una oc3er)lng io suit von COME AGAIXt JJAS. WEED, JR. & BRO. F 0 R JFUSi: YELLO' TOBACCO, U S E G. OHKU AND SOS'S COMPANY'S "Sl'KCIAL COMPOTJy IP Oil TOBACCO- It is all made at the Company's o' VIS! ion of its ofheers, and by the a0 "loaern iauor-sa mg macl.inerv, r,, .i ma! (r';.i!s. .ill i.iin-h:iil for cash ; and it is at all times ke: t .,".! ! from t . its h:. -h ssamJard. Ceriiticates fr - North Carolina and Virginia who years, show thai there i-. nolhing u. Tobaeci. Dehven-d on cars or beat in lia-timore, in good, new sacks of iM) pounds eavh, at the following piioes, tr Uash : 1 to 3 Tons at $35 p'r Ton of 2,0d0 pounds. o to G T,.ns :n g:;4 l0 per Ton of 'J.UO0 pounds G Tons or moic :.: So.U'O per Ton of 2,001.) pout)j3. ' . t Distributed at IlinboronuhNh.i.:ujb C. Mr PARKS. " Kox ior 1 in . :'L A- IOXG. , Prov e.-? H 1 a :! Mebaueville through J. I. tt F. ). WAi'lliK'N. Wiu'i. a. I S "e. Person Counly, through' C. S. W 1 N TKA I ti. .i P,iishv Fo:k iht-.:i-h K LONG. Hur.fle's Mo!s .hre.n:h D. W . K. HICHMOND. 15 It I T I II THIS t'ELEliHATED WHICH HAS During the past few years than any other brjmd on the market, is firr offered to the tobacco planters of North Carolina for the season r pss.', with the assurance that every big will be fully up to the high ta:.di:il uf " previous ) ears. This well knovwi fertilizer lr:s been found .i z-ir -i r by thousand-; .f t. bi. v planters who ha- t- used it voar after year, m whilst fertii.t !- eau he used at any price (we believe they run from fltj to So0 per ton) ti;e will be M '!i n otleied i hat vviU give a- much vaSu-.! tu -a.-li .l,.l:;ir ;.:!!,! v liiliTi ' 11 MIX I UK K. Do m.t iik your r.O,? by 'xi-ei-.meiitiiig v.tih .-.ny o: t . numerous catcfi jenny lu and-, but h.;y 15 I r X r ? I Ma 'i c. ed on iy E. Ji WIUTMAX, Boh ;.., u FOR SALE PY C. M. PARKS, HILLSIJORO, N. C. IT S T'ANDS AI? ".rillO HEAD. THE Idt;invijUNNlNG DOME S T 1 ( ' ; i I For Sale by T C. ELLI. Cedar i 't inns.', . i , ,i. HORSEAND CATTLE POWDERS FCUTZ-T tipl-Zd fi i'lJsZU n. if Foctrt Penrdr are oi m:.-r t5Q Yocxr Powers w.n GVrl .R2L Focen Pow.ert win ir.e':'l,'...'.'; 4 -tTIr cenuand r.aru; v :Ta t'oca Powder jr rrrt -r - - ; Ptsia tv wfix-t. 'i-.rv 4T.4 i k ' ; Fottz-s Pewt- - a o:t -:";- ( David r. foutz pr--. , lb "l j Having ' tralion o ; Da, i-. : per-on- :. ; to pr"--: s ril-.l 1 ! I - . ; if !..f- i .on- i . war 2.A d II il.S JosEPiUNE h.wis.-. " r;n rv VOrr.:. . 1 iWrator. ATtt ltory, under the personal super- - m leading and successful idi!it..rs le useu our t crt.lizers l,r !. to L - ed lial makes tiuer and higher i-iice, . .... 1 )I I X T U It 1 TOBACCO FEUTTLIZEU, GROWN MOKE 'l T t ii ? n e l i a n l e 31 I .X rv U 14 i : . 1 h.s cu' :,..v. ine . . : id Wt o.l- v.-or k that he ( !.. ' jf :: i now ir.t i rd iomt; g. Ain'bTh 'ally i;i:r- TIFUL. wirnorr a I'E :: . IN ITS MECHANICAL Sl'Rl'C I KiN i'i' HAS NO RIVAL. The new line of Atta-huiei.4-that aie now being ihn 1 each uDoni(st:c" are v j .-,.-; ' .eS No other machine ha- P-tn:. . These Attachments and t! N'h Woodwork make tie- ' I ' ' ic" more than ever, with-".t 'i"" tlon, THE ACKNowi.i;iH.i;: -; . AKI) OF EX' !. 1.: v. ;. Grnve N. C. Airei.ts-.v r.n 1 -, !; FALL AISl VITi: : MILLINERY GOOD-- THE VERY LATEST -TYLF-". - r R S . MATTIC T A Y I M TT T T WT? Tl TT T I ( ( ) .1 , ' . - . . u receiving her I-a linM V Good-. Ac,. A all and V ie. .IEWELKY 1,'rfltv o 1 cf - 1 NATIONS a l onu'itf- Rl'TTKKH K I'ATTLKN" 1 nr onltid ftr u-txa.'1!'-. - - Sen.l six eents for p -ragi-. : tree, a co-tly of g 1- lie-lji nil. of either rx. t'. r: right away than :iiitf ir-g world. FrtuneH av ait I: solutely sure. At once ru'.i ' 1 Co., Augusta. Maine. Mirvi U;DAlt GROVE A'Ai' - MALE AND 1T.M Ai.-- St-sions open the f-e. :. ' Jannary and July of ca-.h - : T.i . per Se-ion of five i:e : " " Course. tl2.5 to ' ( las-ical Course. . v' - A Music .with use of In-:r uu. - ' Board per month. ' - ? t .f Address B. C. PA IT oN- i ' f Cedar Grove, Orange L . x r